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Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies | Bachelor’s Degree

University of Vermont

Description

The Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies Program (GSWS) offers a unique and wide-ranging way of studying and engaging with the world. We study concepts such as sex, gender, and sexuality; identities such as female, male, gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, and queer; the intersections of these identities with race, class, (dis)ability and other kinds of differences among people; and academic subjects including women's history, the sociology of the family, race and gender in urban space, queer theory, sex and politics, and biological approaches to sex and gender.

GSWS is both an academic discipline and a meeting place for students and faculty in every discipline who want to explore these critically important issues. The program is scholarly, and it is fully engaged with the world in which we live.

Cost Total Cost $128,976

  • Tuition (yearly) $16,280

  • Housing & Meals (yearly) $13,354

  • Fees (yearly) $2,610

  • Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.

Financial Assistance

  • Grants & Scholarships

    Grants and scholarships can be awarded from a variety of sources including UVM, federal, state and private entities. Eligibility of grants is based primarily on financial need; although academic merit and/or course of study may also be issued.

    Pell Grant
    State or Local Grant
    Institutional Grant
    Private Grant
    Other Grant
    Federal Scholarship
    State or Local Scholarship
    Private Scholarship
    Other Scholarship
    Veteran Educational Assistance Program
    Post 9-11 GI Bill
    Department of Defense (DoD) Tuition Assistance
    State or Local Military Assistance

  • Loans

    Grants and scholarships can be awarded from a variety of sources including UVM, federal, state and private entities. Eligibility of grants is based primarily on financial need; although academic merit and/or course of study may also be issued.

    Federal Subsidized Loan
    Federal Unsubsidized Loan
    Private Loan
    State or Local Loan
    Parent PLUS Loan
    Other Loan

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  • Educational services; state, local, and private